Usually, if you need an object to move from one spot on your stage to another, a simple motion tween would suffice. But sometimes you may need your animations to be a little more interactive. Perhaps something your users does is going to determine where the object will end up when it is animated. If you decided to do this using the traditional motion tween, you'd have to create several different animations and then, depending on the user's actions, you'd have to take the Flash movie to the appropriate frame. This option is fine if there are only one or two or three different places for your object to end up. But what if the final resting place for the object at the end of the animation needed to be completely variable. Well, if this is the case, then the best solution is to create the animation using ActionScript. In this tutorial, you'll learn how to do that using the onEnterFrame event.
Animating With Actionscript Animation
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Learn how to use animation using ActionScript with the onEnterFrame event
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